Tom Morris was a professor of philosophy at Notre Dame for fifteen years. Since leaving Notre Dame in 1994, he has gone on to become one of the most sought-after motivational speakers in the country. Each year he is invited to give keynote addresses at major gatherings of executives at hundreds of the leading companies around the world. The author of True Success: A New Philosophy of Excellence, he is also chairman of the Morris Institute for Human Values in Wilmington, North Carolina, where he makes his home.
Since its hardcover publication in 1997, If Aristotle Ran General Motors has been one of the year's most talked about books, not only in the United States but around the world, where it has been translated into many languages. Author Tom Morris has emerged as one of America's most popular motivational speakers, bringing his inspirational message of ancient wisdom in modern business to thousands of employees at major companies like AT&T and Merrill Lynch. In 1998 Morris will give more than 100 keynote speeches at corporate seminars to further establish If Aristotle Ran General Motors as a must-read for anyone doing business today.